I suspect pennywise and shnoop are related. They seem to go through the same products, like 1SaleADay and Bensouflet.
posted: Dec. 28, 2012 @ 12:24a
I've bought from them before and always gotten my orders. It just takes a while so never order anything time sensitive from them.
posted: Dec. 28, 2012 @ 1:41a
zapjb said: I can't imagine using even half that many AAAs.Harmony remote (4), car alarm transmitter key fob (1), flashlight (3), cordless phone (2), kitchen timer (1)...
posted: Dec. 28, 2012 @ 2:28a
definitely thinking about investing in rechargable batteries! I feel rotten about throwing away these toxic little suckers in our earth, AND doubly as bad knowing I am wasting yet MORE money!
I think this has got to be worth the investment!
Is the lifespan of rechargeable batteries indefinite, or do you eventually have to throw them away? Anyone know about that?
posted: Dec. 28, 2012 @ 3:33a
I'm not sure about the Duracell's but the box of Eneloops I picked up at Costco yesterday indicated that they recharge over 1,500 times. I think Lowes or HD also has a self-service kiosk where you can drop off your old non-working rechargeable batteries for recycling. I've been usijng rechargeables for about 8 years or so and only problem I am seeing is that my oldest semi-first generation rechargeables don't hold a charge like they used to. I also occasionally run into a device that doesn't like them and guess that the voltage output isn't quite there either.
posted: Dec. 28, 2012 @ 5:31a
very good deal. thanks op
posted: Dec. 28, 2012 @ 5:44a
Bought these back in October when Shnoop.com had them for $19.99
They come loose in a baggie and they do not hold a charge.
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